iROO giving back to Society

iROO will mark latest venture at Jewel Changi Airport by reuniting with Rare Disorders Society Singapore (RDSS) to raise funds and awareness through fundraising campaign. Taiwanese fashion label iROO International Pte Ltd is pleased to announce the launch of its latest outlet at the newly opened Jewel Changi Airport with sales of limited-edition merchandise to […]

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Racefor 7

Race For 7 Singapore, is Rare Disorders Society Singapore (RDSS) Inaugural Run. The event took place on 17 March 2019 with special guest appearances of Ms Anthea Ong and Mr Joe Augustine. ‘Race for 7’ 2019 is organised by Rare Disorders Society (Singapore) to help raise funds and awareness for rare disease patients in Singapore. […]

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MOE PSB Teddy Bear

In October 2018, Art For Good designed and facilitated a team bonding activity for MOE PSB where they produced 11 handmade bears as Christmas presents for the children with rare disorders from Rare Disorders Society (Singapore).  RDSS is also the charity partner where Art For Good providing clinical art therapy to our beneficiaries. For the […]

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RDSS ‘Love Is Not Rare’ Music Video

‘Love Is Not Rare’ is the tagline of the Rare Disorders Society Singapore (RDSS). While our children’s conditions are rare, our love for them isn’t rare. It is in everything we do. The daily heavy-lifting. The medical procedures we carry out regularly that may cause our child discomfort. The many nights we camp by their […]

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Ucare’s May Day 2018 project

Together with Singapore Port Workers Union (SPWU) and Port Officers’ Union (POU), they will be blessing RDSS beneficiaries with a goodie box which will be kindly delivered by volunteers right to their door step! On behalf of all RDSS beneficiaries and families, we give our deepest appreciation to SPWU and POU for always having us […]

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Rare disease fund needs S$200m at launch

Chloe Mah’s treatment for a rare genetic condition that affects her muscles costs S$40,000 a month before subsidies kick in. Estimating that there are 600 to 700 children with rare diseases, patient advocacy group Rainbow Across Borders says the rare disease fund that the Government is looking to set up needs S$200 million at the start for […]

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